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[13 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

KnowledgeLake, Inc., a provider of document imaging and capture technologies, today announced a new version of KnowledgeLake Imaging for SharePoint.

Document Management, General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Editor, PDF Reader, PDF Security, PDF Tools »

[12 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

Litéra Corp. today announced the launch of PDF management suite designed to give professionals full PDF management capabilities at an affordable cost, without the need for separate PDF software.
The suite is set of solutions designed to securely collaborate, compare and cleanse documents as they evolve throughout their lifecycle.

Document Management, General News, PDF Reader »

[30 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

SLG Mobile Inc, a software company that deals in the development of document and file management solutions for mobile devices, today announced the release of its BeamReader PDF Viewer for the Android platform. The company is in discussion with other mobile maufacturers to make the BeamReader PDF Viewer application available on the upcoming Andriod devices too.

Adobe, Adobe Reader, Document Management, Ebooks, General News, Press Releases »

[20 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

Adobe and Barnes announces further advancement for eBook distribution by joining hands to standardize the open EPUB and PDF eBooks and collaborating on a content protection standard based on Barnes & Noble and Adobe technology. Barnes and Noble will make all their content available to customers in PDF, which is one of the most compatible and secure file formats.

Document Management, General News, PDF Creation, PDF Editor, PDF Library, PDF Tools »

[22 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

Appligent Document Solutions (ADS) has just announced that it will be releasing Adobe System’s PDF Library to help third party developers in creating more quality PDF management and manipulation software.

Document Management, General News, PDF Security »

[9 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

E-Lock, a provider of electronic signature software, today announced the release of ProSigner 7.6.0 and ProSigner Lite 7.6.0, the latest version of its flagship products. ProSigner is an off the shelf e-signature software, that enables Organizations as well as Individuals to add electronic signature capabilities to their documents.

Document Management, Free, General News, PDF Mobile, PDF Reader, PDF Tools, Press Releases »

[12 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]

DataViz has just released an upgraded version of Documents To Go for Android. Documents To Go 2.0 now allow users to access Microsoft Power Point and Adobe PDF files as well as enhancements for Word and Excel files.

Document Management, General News, PDF Security, PDF Tools »

[11 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]

Password recovery tools developer Passcovery Ltd. released a new edition of Atomic PDF Password Recovery, a software solution to remove PDF restrictions brought about forgotten or misplaced passwords.

Document Management, Free, General News, PDF Online, PDF Tools, Press Releases »

[18 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

A leading research software solution provider WebNotes has just announced the release of WebNotesPro and a free trial version can be downloaded on the company website. WebNotesPro allows professionals to be more organized on researching online by web-based highlighting and sticky note research features.

Document Management, General News, PDF Creation, PDF Forms, PDF JavaScript, PDF Reader, PDF Security, PDF Tools »

[25 Mar 2009 | No Comment | ]

Debenu, the company that created Benubird Pro, the leading personal document managent tool for desktop users, today announced the formal release of version 7.12 of its royalty-free PDF SDK, Quick PDF Library.

Document Management, Ebooks, Editorials, PDF Reader »

[27 Jan 2009 | One Comment | ]

Previously we’ve covered the announcement of the Foxit eSlick, a competitor to Sony Reader and and Amazon’s Kindle — now we have footage of the first prototype of the Foxit eSlick to share with you.

Foxit Software has also posted a video on YouTube demonstrating the hotly anticipated reflow feature in the eSlick.

The reflow functionality is important because it means that the text in the PDF document can automatically be reorganized to fit the screen size. More information about the eSlick Reader can be found here.

Document Management, Editorials »

[7 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

I get daily Google Alerts sent to me for the keywords “paperless” and “paperless office”, as you might have noticed, it’s a topic I’m interested in.
Through this I have noticed a strong trend towards people embracing the concept of a paperless office; people openly acknowledging that paper is inefficient and costly and that a move to an electronic orientated system would save them time and money.
I thought I’d put together a small preview of the various businesses and Government departments that have decided to “go paperless” over the past few …

Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Document Management, Editorials »

[16 Dec 2008 | No Comment | ]

Rick Borstein, from Acrobat for Legal Professionals, takes a look at how PDF portfolios can be used for Case Analysis in a three part series.

Document Management »

[9 Dec 2008 | One Comment | ]

We covered the Xerox Travel Scanner a couple of months ago, but since we hadn’t actually tried it ourselves yet, we weren’t able any details on how usable it is. Luckily a visitor has been kind enough to share their experience with this compact scanner:
Comment by Floris on November 29, 2008 @ 10:14 am
I bought one of these the other day. It’s a very cute scanner – definitely “laptop” size. But you can get a positive story from the Xerox website so let me tell the other side:
The bundled software …

Document Management, Editorials »

[17 Nov 2008 | One Comment | ]

Well — early-to-mid November has been non-stop discussion in the hotly debated topic of the so-called “paperless office”. Early on, Stephen Partridge — Business Development Manager for Acrobat in the UK fired off the first volley with his blog posting, “Paperless Office”. In this piece, Stephen talked about merits of paper as a “technology” and how it still holds a highly dominant position today — and will continue to do so, and perhaps with no complete elimination. Side note: whilst Stephen says this, I do tend to think it’s a …